HuskyPup - 7:59 pm on Aug 25, 2010 (gmt 0)
What an embarassing flop.
Could it be that many companies/individuals now have an adequate "stock" of domain names they want/need for current and/or future use plus many now also realise that it is still pretty easy to be inventive with new names?
If the auction "audience" is going to continue to be 99.9% domainers
And does therein lie the inherent problem? Sellers trying to create a false market and find gullible newbie purchasers?
Realistically, there were some "nice" names available but, in all honesty, just what would one create and put on some of these names and make it worthwhile?